Bikes for Sale
1930 Scott Flying Squirrel
Restored over 30 years ago, in good running order, previous owner was Joe Diver, a well known person in the VMCC.
1936 Triumph 5/1
Stalled Restoraton Project, over 500 Pounds spent on cylinder head, engine and gearbox have been restored, wheels restored by Hagons with new tyres fitted. Please look at photos of all parts to go with the bike. Old cardboard logbook and V5C.
1937 Ariel Red Hunter 350cc.
Restored some time ago, it has been used regularly in Sunbeam Club Runs.
The bike runs well and has a V5C for its original number.
1938 Empire Star
The bike is in good running order and mostly unrestored condition with working lights
Original frame, engine and registration with V5C and old green logbook.
1951 Sunbeam S8 500cc, restored over 20 years ago
Original frame, engine and original registration. The bike has been fitted with new tyres. It has an old cardboard logbook and V5C and is in good running order.
1952 Matchless G3LSC 350CC Trials Bike.
The bike has an aluminium head and barrel and is in a tidy running condition. It is on a Bristol registration number and has a V5C and original cardboard logbook.
1954 BSA CB34 Goldstar Rolling Chassis
Despatched in clubmans trim on 19th August 1954 to C and A Motors of Ashford.
Originally fitted with a 1 and 7/32 GP carb, Special Magdyno and a 37” straight through pipe for clubmans racing.
It has an original cardboard logbook but there are 2 digits transposed on the numbers.
With petrol tank 6,750 or without 5,750
1954 ES2 Norton 500cc.
On original registration number, non matching numbers. Tidy usable bike with V5c.
1959 Ariel Leader
Matching engine and frame number, good running bike it needs fettling.
The bike has V5C and old continuation logbook. There is no Fibreglass on the bike it is all metal tinware.
1959 JAMES CAPTAIN 197cc (9E)
An older restoration in running order. May need some fettling.
Original registration number on v5c and old cardboard logbook.
1959 Panther 324cc
A pretty panther with a striking red paintwork. On original registration with v5c in nice working order.
1959 Velocette Venom
Sold new by Kings Motors Ltd Oxford in 1959. All history including old logbook back to day 1. In tidy usable condition, the bike has had replacement big end about 12 months ago and lots of other work, reciepts included. Original registration.
The bike has been worked on by Ralph Semour Previously.
1960 Greeves twin 250cc
Siamese exhaust system, Paddle hubs, the bike is a good runner on a Cambridge number with v5c.
1961 GREEVES 20DB 197CC
As found condition in good running order with Original Cambridge number with V5C.
The bike also comes with the original speedo which was not fitted to the bike.
1962 Greeves Scottish 350cc
Supplied new to GP Balham London SW12 on 21/10/61 and registered on the 02/02/62.
The bike is on its original registration number with V5C and cardboard logbook.
It has all history going back to day 1.
It is in good running order with a square barrel, head and exhaust which was an after market extra.
1975 Mk3 Ducati Street Scrambler.
Originally imported from Italy, I believe it to be in unrestored condition with believed genuine milage of under 8,000 miles. The bike has a v5c on an age related number.
1986 YAMAHA SRX 600CC
Made into cafe racer trim, in tidy condition and good running order with V5C.
1993 Ducati 888 S. First registered on 21st May 1993.
The machine has been made to look like a Ducati 888 SP. The instrument panel, front and rear mudguard are all carbon fibre. Milage believed to be genuine at 18,413 miles.
1957 BSA Bantam Racer
Based on a D3 the bike is a non runner.
It has an old cardboard logbook for the registration
1966 DMW ex Police with original number
The bike is in running order but has not been on the Road since 2005. Will need recommissioning
Suzuki 350/350s 1992. The bike is on original number with V5c. MOT until July 2023. Good running order.
New rear tyre with it and tank cover.
The bike has V5C
This bike started life as a Norton Model 50.
It has a Triumph T110 engine and clutch covers but still has a Norton gearbox.
It is a very nice special.
Triumph Tina Scooter
The Bike is a non runner with no registration documents
Two Speed Scott with a 1927 engine and 1925 frame.
The bike has a V5C for its number.
The Scott was restored and well used on local Cambridgeshire runs, and was previously owned by Joe Diver.